Partners

Partners
The AHP Preceptorship Programme is currently available to Band 5 AHP’s who are substantively employed by one of the nine London Mental Health NHS Trusts. 
Barnet Enfield and Haringey NHS Foundation Trust*  
Camden and Islington NHS Foundation Trust  
Central North West London NHS Foundation Trust*  
East London NHS Foundation Trust*  
North East London NHS Foundation Trust*  
Oxleas NHS Foundation Trust*  
South London and Maudsley NHS Foundation Trust  
South West London St George's NHS Trust  
West London NHS Trust*  
*Integrated Community and Mental Health NHS Trust  
National Expansion
Oxleas NHS Foundation Trust launched the AHP Preceptorship Programme in January 2019 to improve retention supporting newly qualified AHPs in their transition from 'student' to 'accountable clinician'. Research indicates the first two years of employment are crucial in determining job retention. From the 2019 pilot there was a 20% improvement in AHP retention rates. Based on the success of the programme, Oxleas was awarded Health Education England funding to host the delivery to eight London Mental Health NHS Trusts. Due to the project’s success we will now be able to offer the programme to AHPs nationally; to all Acute, Community, Mental Health Trusts as well as Local Authorities and Private Sector.   

Your organisation can now purchase packages, contact the AHP Preceptorship Leads to arrange a meeting and request a brochure. 
Midlands Partnership NHS Trust
We are excited to announce the first national expansion launch with Midlands Partnership NHS Trust as of the 10th of November. 
All Band 5 AHPs employed at MPFT will have access to the Oxleas AHP Preceptorship Programme in a bespoke roll out. 
Accreditation
London South Bank University  
As part of the Oxleas AHP Preceptorship Programme we have partnered with LSBU for Preceptorship Accreditation. It is an opportunity for preceptees to gain 20 credits towards an MSc. 
Please contact the AHP Preceptorship Leads for more information and request your brochure, email: oxl-tr.ahp.preceptorship@nhs.net
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